Huppah: A Traditional Jewish Wedding Ceremony

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The procession
In most Christian weddings the groom does not walk down the aisle. He waits at the front with celebrant and groomsmen. Then the bridesmaids enter and the bride is walked down the aisle with her father to her new husband.
In the traditional Jewish wedding procession generally starts with huppah bearers (canopy covering the two that are getting married) followed by the rabbi or cantor (celebrant) then the groomsmen and the groom with both of his parents followed by the bridesmaids and finally the bride with both of her parents.

In many Christian ceremonies both parties recite vows or say “I do”.
In a traditional Jewish ceremony the vows are recorded in the Ketuvah (marriage document) and are not recited out loud by the
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